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Peter Romeo

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Peter Romeo

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What US Foods' big changes could mean for customers

A disgruntled investor forced out the CEO and claimed several board seats. It's vowed to improve customer service.


Pietro Satriano loses his CEO post at US Foods

Under pressure from a shareholder, the distribution giant said it will begin a hunt for a replacement.

A high-level official has leveled several dozen complaints against the coffee giant for its response to the organizing drive.

A third area of inflationary pressure for many restaurateurs are the fees charged for processing guests' credit-card payments. Here's why those costs are rising now, and what merchants are doing to slow the climb.

Restaurants' labor problem is shifting back to retention as much as recruitment.

With forecasts calling for a hotter-than-normal summer, many state and federal agencies are looking for better ways of protecting kitchen workers and other employees exposed to high temperatures.

The figure marks a sharp increase from March, signaling that the industry's recovery has a ways to go.

The chain has asked federal labor regulators to halt the intimidation as relations between Starbucks and the union continue to sour.

The just-opened store features a kitchen that produces up to 30 made-to-order lunch and breakfast items.

The seventh fastest grower on this year's list brings value back to the full-service seafood market.

The emphasis will be on practicality, right down to the cooking demos and social events, according to the event's planners.

Regulators say the chain appears to have violated federal rules when it fired seven pro-union baristas in Tennessee.

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